Friday, August 22, 2003 Radio Show

Friday, August 22, 2003 Radio Show
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    Hour 1:
    Can't Say "God Bless" in New Jersey
    An honor guard at a cemetery has been told he can't say "God bless" to mourners. The "church-state" debate has reached absurd proportions. This story is an example... An Egyptian group wants to sue the Jews for "stealing" trillions dollars from Egyptians during the Exodus 3200 years ago. Maybe the Jews should now sue the Pharaohs for enslaving them for 400 years... NPR reporter makes a telling slip, calling Hamas a group of "terrorists" and then quickly correcting herself to "militants."

    Hour 2:
    Pick and Choose What You Drive Your Kids Crazy About
    What's it gonna be? Grades? Sports? Character? Dennis favors the later, of course, but you can't bug your kids about all three or you'll end up robbing them of their childhood, and making them and yourself unhappy. Dennis' theory: If you're not allowed to be a kid when you're a kid, you'll want to be a kid when you're an adult.

    Hour 3:
    Open Lines
    Dennis wraps up the week and opens up the lines for anything on his listeners' mind. As always, the calls range over a variety of topics from liberal media bias to women in pants.

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